Caldwell Shooting Supplies Launches Stinger Shooting Rest

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posted on May 22, 2017
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Caldwell Shooting Supplies' new Stinger Shooting Rest combines a modern, sleek all-black design with user functionality. An innovative front elevation system and a spring-loaded, height-adjustment knob allow for fast, one-handed coarse-elevation adjustment. The Stinger features a heavy-duty dual-metal frame, and quick cam locks to allow the front rest to easily slide forward or backwards to accommodate a variety of firearm lengths. A cutting-edge molded front and rear supports protect the firearm’s finish and provide just the right amount of firmness for taking rock-solid shots.
  
                           


                      

Features:
-Up to 3” of front rest elevation adjustment
-1” of rear elevation adjustment
-3.5” of lateral gun fit adjustment
-Perfect for extended magazines and lever actions
-Rigid steel tube frame
-Non-marring front and rear cradles

MSRP: $119.99

For more information visit btibrands.com

 

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